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Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail

Natural hazard preparedness expert Dr. Pietro Marghella talked to Y’s Men of Westport/Weston about COVID-19 and the need to plan proactively to mitigate the impact of large scale diseases, hurricanes, massive fires and the like..

A Raw Story of Combat

WWII vet Alan Moskin was in the unit that was one of the first to liberate a Nazi death camp. Yet, he told Y’s Men, it took him 50 years before he could tell the story.

Grandpa, What’s a Drivers’ License? 

Tesla owner David Pogue evangelized for driverless cars for Y’s Men of Westport/Weston in October

Acting — Off Stage and Away From the Camera

Actor and active community volunteer James Naughton spoke to Y’s Men of Westport/Weston about a few of his off stage activities, including how he became an actor.

Whaleboat War on Long Island Sound

Ed Hynes talked to Y’s Men about the Whaleboat War of 1776 — 1781. This was a series of skirmishes toward the end of the Revolutionary War in which American Patriots and British adherents raided each other across Long Island Sound in what amounted to a small civil war of only minimal consequence is the larger war.

Those Who Have The Most Fun Win

John Brandt, speaking at his last meeting as President of Y’s Men’s of Westport/Weston at the Saugatuck Congregational Church last Thursday, recognized a number of members who made the year successful

There’s Lots of History in Those Old Walls

Anne Keefe, Westport Country Playhouse Associate Artist, and Company Manager Bruce Miller spoke to Y’s Men about the Westport Country Playhouse

It Takes A Vision

Westport Library Executive Director recently spoke to Y’s Men about the opening of transformed Library